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WHEN WE GO TO CHURCH AS LOVERS, 

AND COME BACK AS MAN AND WIFE. 

or Just a Quiet Little Wedding. 

Words and Music by RAYMOND A. BROWNE. 




Them wont be an - y wed - ding bells, or dec • o - ra - lions rare. 
There wont be an - y car - riage grand, to car • ry un a - way. 



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M for or - ange b\oa - soms why, there went be any there. Just a 

hot* • ey-raooh in for- eign lands, (or right at honi'o we II amy, Jost a 




qui et tit • tie *ed • ding, just a qui ct, hn 

friend or may be two, to eoo u 

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ba by* face brings ptet - ores of • cber- fched hopethati dead 




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EYES OF BROWN., EYES OF BtfJE* 

SONG AND CHORUS 

Words and MusTe-toy CHARLES MILLER. 




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TO JOHN W.TROTTEN. 



DAT HEABENLY BALLOON 



SONG and CHORUS. 



Words by CHAS.A.PUSEY . 

Allegro Mod!?. 



Music by HARRY BRAHAM. 



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2. Dat bal - loon it am a fil-lin', Deres no gas amspillin, 

3.Dar will be no par- a -chut in', All you nig - gers will stop rooting 




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Niggers! come! gath - er,roundde ground, I beg now fo' to mention, Ise gwine 

Sistern! stop! stick- in up yo' nose, You 11 all be round me flockin, Like a 

Crap games, will be bar red dat day, Dont for-get to bring your lunches, Youll 



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to make an as-cen-sion, 
lot of hens a cluck in' 
have to git in hunches, 



In a big hal - loon next Sun - day 

To ride in dat hal- loon on Sun - day 
And scrouge in dat hal- loon on Sun - day 



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raz-ors you will have to leave he - hind, 

all he washed as white and pure as snow, 

do nt for git to leave your trilby s hare, 



Deres no need for to conceal dem, I am 
Come quick, for 111 he waitin' I dont 
Youll need no shoes at all, For to 





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sure you will not need dem, If you take dat trip on Sun-day morn - ing. 

want no imps of Satan, To ride in dat balloon on Sun-day morn - ing. 

walk demgol-den streets, So you het-ter ride with me next Sun-day morn -ing. 



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•i They talk bout dat TrU-ty.'wltf Bex. cm.iiW W-tli fart, *B» eist 

i . fake, ewe U coon, think* B»X«*rit dU.tgwn, *8d 1 

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We jen? on dat nig-gej tor «a* 

For toy ba.6y'i_CM.nittto«it«»t»t ifl«ry 

fit i aoi ' Some day «»t olg-fM nil 

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